There's a new raspberry pi: https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/raspberry-pi-4-on-sale-now-from-35/
- 3x boost to CPU performance (moving to 28nm from 40nm)
- 4x USB 2.0 ➡️ 2x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0
- 1x HDMI ➡️ 2x micro HDMI
- Micro USB power ➡️ USB-C power
- Still at $35 for the base model (plus new memory upgrade options)
“Those who own the past data colonize the future” Laura Lindal at #euruko2019
me, after a couple weeks of working full-time from home: "really, you need a routine that lets you get into the right headspace to stay focused and get stuff done"
me, after 3 years of working full-time from home: "ok, so there are exactly 24 species of birds that visit the birdfeeder outside my window. I've named 10 of the birds, and there is one Mourning Dove, Phyllys, that is my favorite. The Wrens and Starlings are currently at war, with the Grackles taking advantage of the distraction to e
New blog post: "Advice for new bicycle commuters" https://nolanlawson.com/2019/06/17/advice-for-new-bicycle-commuters/
Just some stuff I've learned about bike commuting over the past year or so.
Hey people on #tootworks, we've updated to Mastodon to 2.9, so if this multi-column layout feels strange to use, you can switch to a single column layout by disabling "Enable advanced web interface" in your account preferences.
Reminder that @tootapp has a custom “trans fren” logo you can select in the settings and it’s glorious
cyberpunk 2077, incredibly racist subtext
holy blatant subtextual racism, batman
(cropped from this article https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2019/06/12/cyberpunk-2077s-e3-demo-has-weak-gunplay-and-unimaginative-stereotypes/ )
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